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R.I.P. in Ireland

Ireland may already have 40,000 mortgages in arrears, but when ECB finally rises there will be carnage. Large numbers of residential investment property (R.I.P.) mortgageholders will all be in trouble at the same time resulting in a further property slump in Ireland. This crisis will of course “surprise” us. Continue reading

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KBC announces new Irish mortgage rates

Irish mortgage rates rise again, this time it’s the turn of KBC Homeloans. Is it worth switching to this lender for €1,000? Good Financial Housekeeping is willing to analyse individual cases where requested. Continue reading

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Haven hikes mortgage rates

Haven Mortgages increases mortgage rates for Irish customers. The 5 year fixed rate product may still be good value with uncertain times ahead. Continue reading

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Are 5 year fixed mortgage rates attractive?

Irish mortgage lenders have increased interest rates yet again, despite no increase yet in the ECB 1% rate. Is it time to look at the 5 year fixed rate offerings if you are on a standard variable rate or if you are about to take a new mortgage? Continue reading

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